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the 40th anniversary of roe v. wade? that is one of those issues that is never going to be entirely settled. you see ebbs and flows in public opinion on that. you see the general drift has been toward more restrictions on abortion rather than less. we will be debating that issue for generations to come. >> because of the obamacare provision that covers that has worked its way through the court's. the supreme court turned down a request to block that. the caller was suggesting concern. it does not look at there will be any possibility that is taken out. hobby lobby will refuse coverage. it will remain in the spotlight. it will not go away because there is resistance to it. caller: they touched on gun control. if they put more emphasis on the illegal sale of firearms across the border, in a criminal these fires a weapon does not have to go to a gun shop to get them. they are selling them out of the backs of vehicles and fans. youe is no limit on wherat can get your hands on. host: i am interested on what happens on a congressional level. guest: you have people talking about a comprehe
anniversary of the roe v. wade decision by the supreme court. s the firewall that protects women's health and moved women's health forward. on this 40th anniversary of roe v. wade, we confirm the constitutionally protected right of every woman to safe and legal health care. women are nurturers and when life places a woman in the most difficult of circumstance the choices she needs to make should be free from government interference. over the years i have been proud to stand with many of my colleagues as we have beaten back repeated attempts to chip away at women's rights set forth in roe v. wade. over the last two years, we've seen the most extreme and repeated attempts to take a -- away a woman's right to health care. in the most recent congress we found ourselves defending a woman's right to choose and -- a woman's right to contraception. we insisted politicians not place themselves in the operating room to not judge the motives of a woman if they thought her decision may have been based on the gender or race of the fetus. we stand on the shoulders of giants, women who went before us wi
don't make a difference to people. >> 40 years ago this week, the supreme court decided roe v. wade. a new documentary is out called "after tiller." bid follows for of the few doctors left in the united states who openly provide abortions in the third trimester. in 2009, their colleague dr. george tiller was assassinated while attending church in wichita, kansas. then, "gideon's army." >> the beauty of this system is set up to give people the presumption of innocence, to give them an opportunity to not just be heard, but hold the state accountable. you want to take my liberty, you got to do it right. if you don't, acquit. >> that years ago, the supreme court ruled everyone has a right to a lawyer in a criminal case. a new documentary follows a group of young public defenders in the deep south who contend with the day-to-day life of low pay, long hours, and staggering caseloads. we will speak with one of those lawyers, then, cara mertes, director of the sentence documentary film program. >> we need to get started quickly. challenges and solutions. i think a film is a perfect muscle t
, max boot on the history of guerrilla warfare. -- january 22t is the anniversary of roe vs. wade. a march against abortion. members spoke about the 40th anniversary of the supreme court ruling in the house of representatives. for one minute and revise and extend my remarks. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlewoman is recognized for one minute. ms. slaughter: i am pleased rise today to recognize the landmark anniversary of the roe v. wade decision by the supreme court. s the firewall that protects women's health and moved women's health forward. on this 40th anniversary of roe v. wade, we confirm the constitutionally protected right of every woman to safe and legal health care. women are nurturers and when life places a woman in the most difficult of circumstance the choices she needs to make should be free from government interferen. over the years i have been proud to stand with many of my colleagues as have beaten back repeated attempts to chip away at women's rights set forth in roe v. wade. over the last two years, we've seen the most extreme and repeated attempts to take a
and opponents rallied on the 40th anniversary of roe v. wade. >> the clash followed a morning of quieter events, such as this rally at justin herman plaza. the roe v. wade supreme court decision made abortion legal. >> it just gave me a relief. rose jackson was happily married with kids, but noticed a shift in in her perspective that day. >> i was thinking that if i got pregnant and didn't want to have this baby, it was my choice and available to me. >> what is today's fight? what comes next. >> reporter: the law student who testified before congress about contraception and criticized by rush limbaugh was one of the event's speakers. >> there is more profound site about access, about affordability and insurance coverage and about making sure that people especially in rural areas have access to it. >> reporter: across town, thousands of people gathered acivic center plaza. people at the west coast walk for life rally hopes to see roe v. wade overturned one day. >> i would like everyone to question abortion. everybody said it should be legal and people just say it should be legal and safe an
this marks the 40th anniversary of the supreme court's roe v. wade decision. >> now today's rally could wreak havoc on your trip home this evening if you work downtown. there are road closures caused by this event. several streets between constitution and independence will be shut down starting at about 9:30 this morning. parts of seventh and f streets will also be closed. all the streets should be open by 6:30 tonight. >>> it is now 5:04. 23 degrees. ahead, the close examination that has boeing's new dreamliner grounded. >>> the letter due out today leading to changes in high school sports. >>> black ice, snowy roads, where snow is causing problems [ male ] that's one creamy muller. [ female ] it's greek-style yogurt. thick, scrumptious, and more protein than those regular yogurts. [ male ] are those almonds i see in the corner thingy? [ female ] caramelized almonds i think you'll find. [ male ] well, who wants ordinary run-of-the-mill almonds when you could have the caramelized kind? if i was this girl, i'd caramelize my whole apartment. [ female ] weird. [ male ] this greek-style yogurt ha
v. wade should be the law of the land. what is the republican agenda? to try to overturn roe v. wade and take those rights away from women. we know the majority of americans support a path to citizenship. what is the republican agenda? a fake path to citizenship. point being, it is their policies. i will say quickly that after the 2004 election when democrats got beat and we kind of went back and said what is going on here, we did some real polling, and we found that americans actually agreed with us on our values. >> sure. >> but it was how we were communicating. republicans can't say that americans don't agree with them on their positions. >> just today john boehner released a video for the march for life. let's take a look at it. >> with all that is at stake, it's becoming more and more important for us to share the truth with our young people and to encourage them to lock arms, speak out for life, and help make abortion a relic of the past. let that be one of our most fundamental goals this year. >> didn't the republicans already lose that fight, eugene? how is anything going to
the rights of the unborn. today we are celebrating the 40th anniversary of roe v wade. i do not know if you have anyone speaking on that topic, but we believe that the 50 million unborn human beings that were killed in the atrocity of abortion should be as important as slavery was back in the time of abraham lincoln. it is the right of everyone to have life and liberty. these unborn babies across the country are being killed. we have a pro-life charity and we are trying to call to attention a look at these innocent little ones and an urge for these women to choose life. over 50% of americans are pro- life now, that should be the number-one topic. you should be talking about a personhood amendment, just like lincoln talked about freeing the slaves. host: we will be talking about the agenda for the second term in the last half of "washington journal" this morning. we will talk about whether there could be another contraception fight like in the first term. the front page of "the washington times" this morning is on the abortion battle. an estimated total of 54 million pregnancies have been te
. >> it's the 40th anniversary of roe versus wade. the monumental supreme court case that gave women the right to choose to have an abortion. but decades later the controversy of the decision continues. and today both pro and pro choice activists rallied in san francisco. tens of thousands of demonstrators descended upon downtown san francisco and kron 's alecia reid was there to hear from both sides. >> reporter: that's right vicki, women are standing up all over the bay area to protect their right to choose. people from both sides rallied today. first stop, justin herman plaza. pro choice protestors were making their voices heard >> across the country 70% of people believe in row, so i'm optimistic we're gonna continue to move forward. >> reporter: it was 1973 when the supreme court recognized a woman's right to choose an abortion. this sea of people believe a medical decision should be made between a woman and her doctor.and say they each have to do their part to protect that choice. (sandra fluke, pro choice lawyer) >> we have to keep defending row and defending the rights of wom
versus wade decision. >>> and the maker of gatorade is removing a controversial ingredient. the ingredient which is used to distribute flavoring evenly, was patented as a flame retardant. >>> victoria azarenka beat li na. azarenka will keep her number one ranking in the world. >>> now, out to ginger zee in colorado. >> ron, it wasn't just ice yesterday. let's look at the pittsburgh video we got. they had almost four inches of snow with that system. it moved through parts of the northeast. and the ice made for some accidents and some slowdowns. now, today, a lot of us is going to be drying out. but more on the way, as i mentioned earlier. and plenty of cold to harbor all of that moisture. 21 pittsburgh. 12 buffalo. and i promised you a warm-up. that's what's you're going to get. look at the numbers as they climb. the mild air wiltering in. chicago, you get to 50 on tuesday, after not making it to freezing for almost a week. things are looking up for a lot of these places. >> this weather report, brought to you by walgreen's. and you guys see it behind me, the halfpipe. i did
members of my team, larry beil, mike shumann, wade -- wayne freedman get distracted, i will have the pictures to check out. >> what happens in new orleans, stays in new orleans, right? >> thank you, katie. abc7 has an entire team at the super bowl as you the herd say, along with katie marzullo, we have mike shumann, and larry beil, and wayne freed man, and they will have updates with a slight show of all the activity in new orleans an abc7news.com. >> there are reports that 49ers quaterback smith is expected to seek his release before free agency begins in march according to a website. he is due to 18 $8.5 million for the upcoming season with $1 million guaranteed now, and the balance on april 1. it is believes he will be traded we, a source tells the website he could seek the release before the start of free agency so he can join any team he wants. it is a calculated risk, though, because smith will lose the $8.5 million he would earn if he was traded along with the contract. >> developing news from the peninsula, a deadly track accident claims three lives near foster city and t
anniversary of a woman's guaranteed right to choose abortion this this country. it's roe v. wade and it ranks amo among the most divisive. that is saying something. and that's why thousands of abortions rights opponents are expected to brave this 20-degree weather on the national mall in washington today for what's being billed as the march for life. you're seeing it live right now at 11:37 eastern a.m., and it is very cold. the rally is going to officially get under way in a half hour. they turned up early. former gop rick santorum is going to be among the scheduled speakers at this event. all of this as the supreme court of colorado is being asked to take up a heart-rendering case that pits a catholic hospital against fundamental catholic teachi teachings. stay with me. here's the case. in 2006 a pregnant woman who was carrying twins had a heart attack and she did not survive more than an hour at the st. thomas moor hospital in canon city, southwest of colorado springs. she died. and the twins that she was carrying died as well. the woman's husband was very angry at why she died but more so
a politician would have a photo of them wading through the weeds to show everybody, hey, he's a hunter. it's not that big of a deal and it's not going to change anybody's mind as relates to gun control in this country. >> that is true. if that's why he said it, i will think everyone will agree with you. representative blackburn, do you think this is not a relevant point of conversation? >> i think it is a relevant point of conversation. if he is a skeet shooter, why have we not heard of this, why have we not seen photos, why hasn't he referenced this at any point in time? we had this debate that is ongoing. you would have thought it would have been a point of reference. i tell you what i do think. i think he should invite me to camp david and i'll go skeet shooting with him and i'll beat him. >> i have been trying to go golfing with him. >> i said i was willing to go, and i'll challenge him to some skeet shooting. it's a great hobby, and i would hope that the president does enjoy it. >> david -- >> i challenged him. we'll see. >> let me ask you, because there's something about this, as to
. wade decision. today's rally could wreak havoc with your trip home this evening if you work downtown. these are some of the road closures caused by the event. take a look. several streets between constitution at independence will be shut down shut down starting at 9:30 this morning. parts of seventh and f streets will also be closed. all streets should be open by 6:30 tonight. >>> it is an extremely rare move for a jury to leave the courtroom and actually see the scene of an actual crime. this is for the trial of daniel harmon-wright. he's accused in the shooting death of patricia cook last year. he claims self-defense saying she tried to run him over. a witness testified yesterday that the former cop's story was made up. the defense team for executive john leopold will make its case today in his misconduct trial. they intend to argue that leopold's use of his taxpayer funded security detail for personal errands does not amount to a crime. the prosecution rested yesterday after calling more than a dozen witnesses in four days. they included members of his security detail who testifie
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to commemorate the 40th anniversary of row v. wade, the landmark supreme court decision that formally recognized the woman's right regarding decisions on her reproductive health care. this came as a result of decades of relentless activism and litigation on the part of great women advocates. but today there are those that want to roll back those fundamental rights and turn back the clock on women's health care. we've seen them use the same tactics over and over again during the last 40 years. in fact, according to an institute, more than 40 laws were passed to restrict access to abortion in 19 states just this past year. that's why as we commemorate the 40th anniversary of roe v. wade, it's more important than ever to commit ourselves to protecting these basic rights and ensure that women across our country have full control over their personal well-being and health and retain access to health care they require. thank you and i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from california seek recognition? >> i ask unanimous consent to address th
, ladies and gentlemen, 1973, row v. wade. we celebrate that as well, and we're not going to go back. keep going? all right. i got all of that cleared up. the interim chair, lord knows, you get your moment, but i just don't want anything subtracted from my 15 minutes because when my time comes, i want all my minutes. this is not part of my minutes, but i'm helping as any woman would do for another sister. at this time, the chair, the only chair, would accept a motion to suspend the rules and elect congresswoman wasserman-schulz by acclamation. hallelujah. so moved. all those in favor -- is there a second? i heard it through the grapevine. all in favor signify by saying, aye. all those opposed? good. that sounded unanimous to me. ladies and gentlemen, fellow democrat, it gives me great pleasure, please help me congratulate our reelected chair to the democratic national committee, congresswoman wasserman-schuz, and it's my pleasure again to turn the meeting back to our fearless leader, congresswoman, who can conduct the rest of this meeting. [cheers and applause] >> thank you so much. [appla
important supreme court decisions. but in 1973, ladies and gentlemen, 1973 roe v. wade, we sell l bait that as well. and we're not going back. [cheers and applause] all right. i got all of that cleared up. [laughter] is interim chair, lord knows you get your moments. but i don't want any of this detracting from my 15 minutes, because when my time come, i want all my minutes. this is not part of my minutes, this is debbie's, but i'm helping. as any good woman would do for another sister. [laughter] so at this time, the chair would suspect the motion to suspend the rules and let congresswoman debbie wasserman-schultz as chair of committee by acclamation. >> so moved! >> hallelujah, so moved. all those in favor signify by saying aye. >> aye! >> all those opposed? good. that sounded pretty unanimous to me. ladies and gentlemen, fellow democrats, it gives me great pleasure. please help me congratulate our reelected chair of the democratic national committee, congresswoman debbie wasserman-schultz! [cheers and applause] it is my pleasure again to turn the meeting back to our fearless leader,
called it off. well, that man, wade ridley, then went to her house and ambushed her, stabbing her, stomping her or and smashing her face with a rock. she nearly died. a month later he killed an arizona woman he also met on that site. >> he broke into my garage, and when the police arrested him, he said i was not there to hurt her, i was there to kill her. so his intent was to kill me that night. tsa a very traumatic thing for anybody to have to go through. i struggled a lot thinking why did she die and why did i live? hay don't say that one -- they don't say that one in five are part of an attempted murder or one in five are killed. they don't tell you that people are missing. god saved me that night for a reason. i should not be with here today. if i can save somebody from being hurt, um, or, you know, making a different decision with their online dating choices, um, that's my mission and my goal. uma: such a tragic story, and our legal panel is joining us once again. doug burns, former prosecutor along with dan shore, former prosecutor and the associate managing director at krol
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